If you or anyone in your family is a person with disabilities, and you require a specific accommodation in order to fully utilize our programs and services, please contact (631)-471-1215.
Gracewood Estates – Application Open 12/11/23 at 9AM
Community Development Long Island, Inc. (CDLI), in partnership with Gracewood Estates, LLC (Owner/Manager), is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications to establish a list of potential applicants for 24 newly constructed affordable rental units located within Gracewood Estates.
CDLI staff is available to assist with any questions you may have on the program and the application process. Please feel free to call (631)904-0913 or email at gracewoodestates@CDLI.org.
Plus One ADU Program
Now Accepting Applications!
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), also known as accessory apartments, are secondary housing units on a single-family residential lot.
The Plus One ADU program may provide up to $125,000 in grant funding to support low-and middle-income single family homeowner occupants who wish to:
- Build a new accessory dwelling unit on their property OR
- Improve an existing ADU that needs to be brought into compliance with code requirements.
Town of Babylon Home Improvement Program
The Town of Babylon Home Improvement Program provides no-interest, deferred payment loans to qualified low to moderate-income homeowners in the Town of Babylon. The purpose of the Program is to improve housing conditions and correct housing code violations by repairing and rehabilitating health and safety hazards, including lead-based paint removal.
Are you a Nassau County or Town of Hempstead Voucher Holder?
Effective 12/1/2022, the Nassau County and the Town of Hempstead Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Programs (also known as Section 8) will be transferred to the Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI).
Please note the transfer does not change any of the terms or requirements for the waitlist or program participation.
We will be sending out future communications, as applicable, for any required actions associated with current or potential participation in the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
CDCLI’S REDI Committee
CDCLI’s REDI Committee was formed to disrupt and dismantle systems of economic and social inequities in our organization, and our communities.
We believe that people of all races and ethnicities should be afforded equal opportunities in all areas of life.
As such, the committee’s work as change agents is to bring attention to potential inequities and bring about positive change.